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Art of Mughal Warfare
Art of Mughal Warfare encompassed newer and more skilled methods of fighting which had never been experienced in the Indian subcontinent before. The soldiers were completely protected from any possibility of physical attack by means of a complete shield of armour from head to foot, their daggers and swords were made of superior alloys and they brought with them the use of gunfire in warfare.
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Mariam-uz-Zamani, made a considerable impact on the personal, administrative and religious life of her husband, Emperor Akbar and was the mother of Akbar’s successor, Jahangir.
 Background Of Cellular Jail
The proposal for the construction of Cellular Jail was devised in 1890. The construction began in 1896 during British colonial rule in India and completed in 1906. Located on the remote Andaman Islands, it was designed to isolate and incarcerate Indian freedom fighters.
 Political Prisoners in Cellular Jail
Political prisoners in Cellular Jail, situated in the Andaman Islands during British rule, faced severe restrictions on their freedom. Their unwavering commitment to India`s independence struggle led to incarceration, where inadequate medical care, grueling labor, and limited communication were the harsh realities they endured.
 Manual Labour in Cellular Jail
Manual labor in Cellular Jail, a British colonial prison on the Andaman Islands, was grueling and brutal. Arduous manual labour in the form of oil-grinding, coir-making or rope-making was accompanied by regular physical tortures like whipping. Political prisoners were subjected to even more severe labor and abuse, leading to physical and mental suffering.
 Kala Pani
Elucidating the brutish life of the Indian freedom fighters, Kala Pani was the land of expatriation for the convicted. Kala Pani, synonymous with the Cellular Jail in the Andaman Islands, witnessed to the sacrifices of Indian freedom fighters, leaving an indelible mark on India`s struggle for independence.
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